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Five books to read in April 2016

I was surprised while making this list how excited I was about a book written by the dude from The X-Files. This month is filled with books from unknowns, authors trying to avoid the sophomore slump and political non-fiction. 360 more words

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March Overview

I’d say March can’t possibly be as busy as February, but that would be tempting fate. Still, I hope to get a little catching up done. 1,075 more words

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Book Review: The Lifeboat by Charlotte Rogan

Kind of disappointed. The plot really isn’t that bad: Set in 1914, it’s the beginning of WWI, after the sinking of the Empress Alexandra, 39 people are adrift in the Atlantic cramped up in a lifeboat that can’t carry that many people. 92 more words

The Lifeboat

By Charlotte Rogan

Long-listed for the Guardian First Book Award 2012 

The Lifeboat is the debut from Charlotte Rogan. Set in 1914, it tells the story of newly wed Grace Winter. 457 more words

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One From the Archive: 'The Lifeboat' by Charlotte Rogan ****

First published in March 2012.

The prologue of The Lifeboat opens with the character of Grace Winter who has spent the previous two weeks in prison pending trial. 851 more words

BOOK REVIEW: The Lifeboat by Charlotte Rogan

You would think after Moby Dick I would be avoiding books set at sea but our latest book club assignment had me right back in the ocean. 452 more words

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